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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume V Issue 2

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Community, Frame of Reference, and Boundary: Three Sociological Concepts and their Relevance for Virtual Worlds Research
J. Patrick Williams
Engaging Technology: A Missing Link in the Sociological Study of Human Knowing and Acting
Robert Prus and Richard G. Mitchell, Jr.
Expressing and Examining Morality in Everyday Life: Social Comparisons among Swedish Parents of Deaf Children
Malin Åkerström and Katarina Jacobsson
Ritual and Boundary Distinction in a Recreational Community: A Case Study of Motorcycle Rallies and Riders
Mark Austin

Book Reviews:

Book Review: The Good Temp written by Vicky Smith and Ester B. Neuwirth
James Skinner
Book Review: Encountering the Everyday. An Introduction to the Sociologies of the Unnoticed edited by Michael Hviid Jacobsen
Pekka Kuusela
Book Review: Telling Stories: The Use of Personal Narratives in the Social Sciences and History written by Mary Jo Maynes, Jennifer L. Pierce and Barbara Laslett
Kaja Kaźmierska
Book Review: Handbook of Emergent Methods edited by Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Patricia Leavy
Piotr Bielski

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